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TRACE ELEMENT CONTENT OF COMMERCIAL ENTERAL FEEDS

Authors
Journal
The Lancet
0140-6736
Publisher
Elsevier
Publication Date
Volume
322
Issue
8347
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DOI: 10.1016/s0140-6736(83)90391-4

Abstract

Abstract The zinc, copper, iron, and manganese contents of fourteen commercial enteral feeds were measured. In some cases there were large discrepancies between the levels stated by the manufacturers and those found on analysis. Several feeds provided less than the USA recommended dietary allowances and the estimated safe and adequate daily dietary intakes in the quantity providing 8·4 MJ (2000 kcal).

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